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Culture-Independent Diagnosis of Bacterial and Fungal DNA in Blood, Other Body Fluids and Tissues

Culture-independent, CE IVD-marked diagnosis of pathogens of 200 bacterial and 65 fungal genera in tissue biopsies, blood and other body fluids more

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  • Tracking down minorities in kitchen sponges

    With up to 54 billion bacteria per cubic centimetre, used kitchen sponges have one of the densest populations of microbes of all household utensils. Despite their popularity, in reality dishwashing sponges make little sense as kitchen cleaning utensils from a hygiene point of view since they can als more

  • Fungi-based meat alternatives to help save Earth’s forests

    Substituting just a fifth of meat from cattle with microbial protein - a meat alternative produced in fermentation tanks - by 2050 could halve deforestation, a new analysis by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) now published in Nature finds. The market-ready meat alternative is more

  • New sequencing technique established for low-biomass, degraded or contaminated microbiome samples

    A research team led by the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), has developed a low-cost metagenome sequencing technique. It enables high-resolution revelation of the full 'landscape' of organisms in a microbiome, even from low-biomass more

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A Brief Summary of Disinfectants & Antiseptics

Ever wondered what compounds help kitchen cleaners keep your kitchen surfaces bacteria free? Or about the compounds that help antiseptic creams do their job? In this graphic, we take a look at some of the compounds used for antisepsis and disinfection, and where they’re commonly used. more

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Ambrosia fungi

Ambrosia fungi Ambrosia fungi are fungal symbionts of ambrosia beetles . There are a few dozen described ambrosia fungi, currently placed in polyphyletic genera Ambrosiella, Rafaella and Dryadomyces (all from Ophiostomatales , Ascomycetes ) ... more


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